Full slate approved by nominating committee; Republicans to meet on Saturday to choose theirs.
A law requiring low-nitrogen wastewater treatment systems for all new residences and for existing ones that expand by 25 percent or have an increase in the number of bedrooms was adopted by the East Hampton Village Board of Trustees at a meeting on Feb. 7.
The longer the discussion continued, the clearer it became that neither the panelists nor the audience at a New York Health Act forum on Saturday afternoon had come to debate the merits of the proposed bill. Rather, they had come to talk about why it finally needs to become law.
The owners of an oceanfront property on Lily Pond Lane, who are seeking permission to tear down a house in a coastal erosion hazard area and construct a new, larger one, presented a revised and pared-down building plan to the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Friday.
Assemblyman Fred Thiele, who withdrew his support for the South Fork Wind Farm last month citing problems including the developer’s “bait and switch” tactics, commented Monday on an apology from Orsted U.S. Offshore Wind.
For the past 13 months, the East Hampton Library has been engaged in an all-out effort to complete a searchable online archive of every issue of The East Hampton Star since its debut on Dec. 26, 1885, up to the 1980s.
What’s a working parent to do when school is out but work isn’t? Here's a handful of half-day and full-day options offered next week to help make the school holiday a fun one.
An N.Y.P.D. detective killed by friendly fire from fellow officers as they tried to stop a robbery in Queens on Tuesday night was an East End native known to many local police officers.
The multi-tiered bureaucracy, from the Environmental Protection Agency on down to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, the County Health Department, and local-level agencies, has relaxed its guard.

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Caplan Rose, an East End travel company that organizes private tours of gardens and cultural destinations in rural England, has announced its summer 2019 excursions.